Legislation Assigned to the House Juvenile Justice Committee (9)

Date of Last Recorded Action: 5/10/2019

HB 0005 SupportChange in Grants to Counties Formula for Juvenile Judge Salaries Johnnie Caldwell
7/1/2017 Effective Date Juvenile Justice Judiciary -
2017/01/27-Report 2017/02/17-Report 2017/03/06 - Report 2017/03/24 - Report Compensation
Debra Nesbit General County Government Juveniles Public Safety and Courts
This legislation changes the current amount for juvenile court judgeship grants-to-counties funding.  The grant increases from $85,000 to $100,000 per circuit, with an additional funding for circuits with four or more superior court judgeships, the grant will include $25,000 per superior court judgeship over four. For example a circuit with nine superior court judgeships would receive $225,000 per year for that circuit.
HB 0053 WatchJuvenile Code Jurisdiction for Children Under the Age of 18 Mary Oliver
1/23/2017 House Second Readers Juvenile Justice --
2017/01/13-Report Correctional Institutions/Jail Criminal Procedure Debra Nesbit Health and Human Services
Juveniles Public Safety and Courts
This legislation increases the age of children who are subject to the jurisdiction of the juvenile court and juvenile facilities from 17 to 18 years, thereby increasing the case loads of the juvenile court and juvenile probation.
HB 0242 NeutralMandatory Reporting of Child Abuse to Military Police Brian Prince
2/8/2017 House Second Readers Juvenile Justice --
Debra Nesbit Health and Human Services Law Enforcement Public Safety and Courts
This legislation requires reports of child abuse to be made to military law enforcement.
HB 0259 EvaluatingAdditional Offenses Committed by Children Ages 13 to 17 Will be Heard in Superior Court Alan Powell
2/9/2017 House Second Readers Juvenile Justice --
2017/02/10 - Report Debra Nesbit Health and Human Services Juveniles Public Safety and Courts
Superior Court
This legislation expands the exclusive jurisdiction of the superior court for children ages 13-17 years charged with aggravated assault or aggavated battery.
HB 0391 SupportAdditional Sites For Safe Place for Newborns David Clark
7/1/2017 Effective Date Juvenile Justice Special Judiciary -
Debra Nesbit Fire Services Health and Human Services Law Enforcement Public Safety and Courts
Sheriff
This legislation amends the Safe Place for Newborns Act of 2002 by adding police and fire stations to safe place locations.  The bill also allows for reimburse by the Department of Human Resoures for any expenses prior to the department taking possession of the child.
HB 0670 NeutralAdd Legislators to the Georgia State Council for Interstate Juvenile Supervision Alan Powell
5/3/2018 Act 325 Juvenile Justice Judiciary -
Debra Nesbit Health and Human Services Juveniles Public Safety and Courts
This legislation requires that legislators be added as members of the Georgia State Council for Interstate Juvenile Supervision.
HB 0966 EvaluatingProhibit Juveniles from Appearing in Court in Shackles Mary Oliver
2/22/2018 House Second Readers Juvenile Justice --
Criminal Procedure Debra Nesbit Health and Human Services Juveniles Public Safety and Courts
Sheriff
This legislation prohibits the shackling of juveniles appearing in court.
SB 0168 SupportData Sharing in Child Abuse Cases Between Law Enforcement Agencies, State Agencies and Child Abuse Registry Butch Miller
7/1/2017 Effective Date Juvenile Justice Health and Human Services -
Debra Nesbit Health and Human Services Juveniles Law Enforcement Public Safety and Courts
This legislation amends the laws relating to access to child abuse records, allow certain data to be shared between state agencies and law enforcement.
SB 0175 NeutralCriminal Justice Reform in Juvenile Court CHINS Cases John Kennedy
7/1/2017 Effective Date Juvenile Justice Judiciary -
Debra Nesbit Health and Human Services Juveniles Public Safety and Courts
This legislation enacts reforms in juvenile court proceedings which allow the court to issue an order restraining or otherwise controlling conduct of parent, guardian or legal custodian in a CHINS case.
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